i've made my decision

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  1. Bakko

    Bakko TPF Noob!

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    so i decided(although it is still a tentative decision =)
    to go with the D90 and the Nikkor 18-200mmf/3.5-5.6G lens.
    I've read multiple reviews on it and it sounds like a good choice for a
    first all around lens.
    what do you guys think?
     
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    ANDS! No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    It's a fine walk around lens, that can also do some magic if you know how to use it
     
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    Excellent combo!

    I got the D90/18-105 kit (had the 18-200 prior to getting it). Ended up selling the 18-200 a short time later and getting a 70-300VR in place of it.
     
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    thats a great choice!
     
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    why did you get rid it??
    and how do you like the 18-105 kit?
     
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    those pics are amazing ands!
    do you happen to know if they were edited on PS or are these straight from the cam?
     
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    :confused: How can a decision be tentative?





    :lol:

    Good on ya and good luck. You should have loads of fun with that setup.


    :confused: You may want to revist that link.
     
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    yea sry i didnt read the small print on the side. they were edited =]
     
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    jealous!
    i think im getting itchy for a new body.

    or maybe its the crabs itching my body....either way...i want a new cam.
     
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    Every shot that comes out of a camera is edited in some way. Shots that say "Straight out of camera. . ." usually means straight out of the cameras in-camera editing program.
     
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    Some of them are (IMO overcooked) HDR tone-mappings. Those may be the ones that caught your attention, as they are certainly striking. Any with black in the sky are probably HDR. These are made fairly easily by combining three exposures of the same shot in a program such as Dynamic-Photo HDR.
     

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